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07/28/14

When lightning strikes, what will it cost you?

Summertime brings more than spring showers. The season’s lightning strikes and sometimes-downed power lines can lead to surges. Jeweler Mutual’s David Sexton shares 5 tips for ensuring a power surge doesn’t knock out your store.

07/25/14

Jeweler giving customers a look at 10 carats

Steven Singer Jewelers is providing its customers the chance to see a rare diamond up close and in person, displaying a rare 10-carat radiant-cut diamond for viewing at its store Sunday. 

07/24/14

2015 edition of JA NY Winter moved to January

JA New York organizers have moved the 2015 winter show from March to January in order to avoid overlap with other industry trade shows. 

07/24/14

Md. jeweler William Fleisher dies at 90

Retired Maryland jeweler William “Quarterback Bill” Fleisher died on July 3. He was 90 years old.

07/24/14

The History Behind … Mizpah jewelry

In this new monthly feature, National Jeweler editors delve into the when, where and why of antique jewelry. July’s focus is on Mizpah pieces, which first became popular in the Victorian era.

07/24/14

What is the best way to acquire customers online?

Search engine marketing continues to be one of the most effective online customer acquisition tactics, a new study of retailers by the National Retail Federation shows.

07/24/14

NRF lowers 2014 sales growth forecast

After a harsh winter that hampered retail sales, the National Retail Federation has revised its retail sales forecast downward for the full year 2014, though it does expect sales to pick up in the second half of the year. 

07/23/14

Make your podcast debut at JA NY Summer

National Jeweler is guest hosting an upcoming episode of the jeweler-targeted podcast “Inside the Jewelry Trade” and will be recording segments from retailers, manufacturers and suppliers at the upcoming JA New York Summer show. Find out how to get involved.

07/23/14

WJA grants 8 scholarships to jewelry students

Eight students currently studying jewelry and metalsmithing at various colleges across the country and abroad have been awarded scholarships from the Women’s Jewelry Association.